France: 3 Days with Deaf Farmers

France: 3 Days with Deaf Farmers

Watch as Joel immerses himself in the life of two deaf farmers, Fabien and Gaelle, for three days. He learns about their process for raising chicks and corn and caring for horses. Through their hard work and determination, they are proving that anyone can be a farmer. This fantastic experience showe

France: Professional Deaf Horse Rider in Action

France: Professional Deaf Horse Rider in Action

Gaelle is a professional deaf horse rider who demonstrates her skills in Portuguese Working Equitation. This unique discipline of equestrian is fascinating to watch, and Joel gets a chance to ride on her horse too! (captioned)

France: Deaf Bison Farmer

France: Deaf Bison Farmer

Francelys Redin, a Deaf farmer in France, makes a bold decision in his family farm business and becomes a successful bison farmer in Europe. (captioned)

France: Deaf Farmers Festival

France: Deaf Farmers Festival

Join with Joel at the La fête de l’agriculture des sourds (Deaf Agriculture Festival) in Plénée-Jugon, France. Deaf farmers share their businesses, giving ride experiences to the festival goers. (captioned)

France: Eiffel Tower, Normandy & Mont Saint-Michel

France: Eiffel Tower, Normandy & Mont Saint-Michel

There’s more to Paris than meets the eye. The historical yet entertaining tour Joel gives us shows a lot more behind the scenes such as how the Eiffel Twoer has almost destroyed in WW2 – only to be saved by a general’s intentional procrastination. Joel also hows how what happened with the Normand

France: Coffee and Signs Cafe

France: Coffee and Signs Cafe

Based in Paris, Coffee & Signs is a cafe founded and run by a Deaf man. With three all-Deaf employees, the cafe serves a variety of sandwiches, some wine, and of course, coffee. While serving Joel food, the owner William Lagrue shares his dreams: having Coffee & Signs become a franchise and a popul

France: Marseille Soap

France: Marseille Soap

Marseille soap or Savon de Marseille is a traditional soap made from vegetable oils that has been made around Marseille, France, for about 600 years, the first recorded soapmaker in the area in about 1370. By 1688, Louis XIV introduced regulations (Edict of Colbert) limiting the use of the name sav

France: The Snail Farm

France: The Snail Farm

Joel visits the local snail farm in Courbouzon. The inn owners from Escargot Comtois gives Joel a grand tour around the inn and snail farm.

France: The Science Center

France: The Science Center

The des Sciences & de I’ndustrie has several Deaf tour guide who can provide grand tour around the science center.

France: The Eiffel Tower

France: The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower, nickname La dame de fer, the iron lady is an 1889 iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris that has become both a global icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The tallest building in Paris, it is the most-visited paid monument in

France: Deaf Paris School

France: Deaf Paris School

Join with Joel visiting the world’s first Deaf school in Paris. It was founded by Abbe de l’Épée.

France: Deaf Pilots

France: Deaf Pilots

Henri Corderoy Du Tiers, well known as Deaf Pilot leader around the world brings Joel to the small airport in the Brie Region. He brings his pilot student and explains his experience in airlines industry. Joel has a chance to fly with his ultra plane.

France: Laurent Clerc’s Birth Place

France: Laurent Clerc’s Birth Place

Joel pays his respect to Laurent Clerc, co-founder of the first school for the deaf in North America, was born at La Balme Les Grottes in 1785. He has the opportunity to meet the board members of the Laurent Clerc Association.

France: Deaf Ceramic Shop Owner

France: Deaf Ceramic Shop Owner

Joel is amazed with Deaf man who owns the ceramic shop in Marseille, oldest city in France. Visit his shop including his 300+ years old basement.

France: French Cheese

France: French Cheese

Joel discovers the roads of the county (cheese) through its capital, Poligny, where a cheese producer awaits you.

France: Bayonne

France: Bayonne

Bayonne, known as Baïona in Basque, is the economic and cultural capital of the Basque Country on the French side of the Pyrenees. Joel walks through old town and stops by local Deaf school. Joel also experiences local famous hot chocolate and plays Jai Alai with Deaf player.